Vietnam memorial

Explore the Vietnam Memorial, a sacred place that pays tribute to the brave heroes who sacrificed their lives. Discover the stories and significance behind this iconic memorial and pay your respects to the fallen soldiers.
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The Three Soldiers statue, designed by Frederick Hart, was added to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, in a grove of trees near the west entrance to The Wall on Veterans Day, November 11, 1984. The Vietnam Veterans Memorial, set in the 42-acre Constitution Gardens, is a national war memorial honoring the members of the U.S. armed forces who fought in the Vietnam War and who died in service or are still unaccounted for, consisting of three separate parts: the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall, the…

Diane Minder
Vietnam War Memorial Washington DC | Profiling Great Americans: Great Americans A to Z: Maya Lin Memorial Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Architecture Student, Urban Landscape, Landscape Design, Washington Dc, Rio Colorado, Maya Lin, Gardens

M is for Maya Lin, (1959-still living!) an American installation artist, architectural designer, and author. As a child, Maya was a homebody with few friends. She had a close-knit family (dad, mom, and one brother), and she loved school, studying, and doing creative things. Since she didn’t have many playmates, Maya made up her own world with art. Maya’s parents raised her and her brother without gender differentiation. Her mother told her that she could aspire to any passion she had, as…

Daniel Micheli
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What exactly is landscape architecture? I asked myself when spending time looking at the exquisite pictures in this tome. It is, the publisher informs me, "one of the hottest areas of contemporary design" and its objects are "the green areas around houses, stadiums, or corporate headquarters." Wikipedia calls it "the design of outdoor public areas, landmarks, and structures to achieve environmental, social-behavioral, or aesthetic outcomes." This means that landscape architecture includes…

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